Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute
Updated June 10, 1997
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Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute
Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute is an unaccredited school. By that we mean that there is not any accrediting Association to which we have applied for accreditation. We state this from the outset so as to let that fact be clearly understood. We do not desire to mislead any of our prospective students into thinking we are accredited. Our purpose is to train people for ministry and prepare them if they need or desire to work in a non-church environment.
Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute exists for the specific purpose of teaching the Bible, the Bible sciences, related practical ministry courses use of technology. Though it is not confined to those who are ministers of the Gospel, it was established for the purpose of recruiting and education men/women for the ministry. The school was also designed to help encourage located ministers to finish their degree program. It is also expected that we will be of service to those who wish to continue their education on a graduate level.
The degrees that are awarded from the Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute are only in Theology and Religion incorporating the latest technology. Our degrees are designed to have value in our Urban Cities and in the Church and Her educational institutions.
Those seeking easily earned degrees need not apply. A degree from Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute means that the administration believes that the student has the education that the degree represents. Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute will not accept credits from any school that is a "diploma mill". On the other hand, we will not knowingly accept credits from fully accredited schools, should it be know that credits represent course work that is humanistic.
THE INSTITUTE IS UNIQUE IN SEVERAL WAYS
FIRST, IT DOES NOT OFFER ANY LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION. However, it does require a basic core of liberal arts for the Bachelor's degree. These must be transferred from other schools that are recognized by our school or the student can register for course work which can be guided by our instructors.
SECOND, IT DOES NOT HAVE A MUSIC DEPARTMENT. However, some music courses from other schools may be used as electives and seminar/workshops will be offered to help equip our students to know the basic fundamentals.
THIRD, IT HAS NO ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT.
FOURTH, THE SCHOOL WILL NOT SOLICIT MONEY FOR ITS OPERATION. The school will be funded by its tuition. Some unsolicited gifts may come from those who believe in what we are attempting to do which would help give scholarships. It is our belief that many our desire to have a college-level program with an emphasis on Bible and Technology.
FIFTH, IT ENCOURAGES THE STUDENT TO BE TEACHING IN SOME CAPACITY WHILE HE or SHE IS ENROLLED. We agree with Seneca who said, "Men learn while they teach."
SIXTH, IT IS NOT NECESSARY THAT THE STUDENT TAKE RESIDENT COURSES. Though some may take residence study, others may choose to learn by means of tapes, videos, and reading courses. Seminars/Workshops are incorporated in every course offered for those who attend. Francis Bacon said, "Reading makes a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exact man."
SEVENTH, ALL DEGREE PROGRAMS REQUIRE ACCESS TO A COMPUTER WITH A FAX/MODEM.
Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute does not exist to tell men "how the heavens go", it is designed to prepare its students to tell men, "how to go to heaven." It does not deal with the "age of rocks", it deals with the "Rock of Ages." It does not strive to equip men in the "ways of the evil world", but in how to help men overcome the "evil of the worlds way."
In short, Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute exists for one basic reason: We want men and women "Teaching God's Word to God's World." Our degrees simply state that the student has seriously disciplined himself to prepare for the task. It is the most important task in the world!
WHAT IS AN EXTERNAL DEGREE?
According to Bear's Guide to Non-Traditional College Degrees, one established traditional college is closing its door forever at the rate of nearly one a week! Why? No doubt, the answer lies partly in the great cost of doing business. However, there is also another reason. The American adult population has found another means of education which is more practical, and much less expensive it is called the "External Degree Program." This program does not require attendance at a traditional college.
According to the Peterson's Guide, Who Offer Part-time Degree Programs?, there are 12,000,000 students in higher education. One-third of these students are over 24 years of age. The same guide also informs us that there are 3,000 accredited schools. Then we are given the names of 324 of these same schools that offer an external degree. This means that over ten percent of the accredited colleges in the United States offer an external degree. The great majority of these are state colleges and universities.
In light on these facts, we can see how remiss the church has been in not offering bonafide education to adults through external, independent study. Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute intends to correct this oversight.
The Bible, theology, education, religion, biblical counseling and technology are subjects that can be learned by external methods. The reading of books, listening to taped lectures, attending seminars/workshops, utilizing multi-media and viewing video cassettes make these subjects easily grasped by the adult student. A thesis, dissertation, project, or original research demonstrates the student's comprehension and expertise. Our latest technological paradigm will help our students to accelerate learning, research and completed assignments in astonishing speed and perception.
External Degree Programs are not correspondence courses, though a few correspondence courses may be allowed to be used toward the degree. There is a vast difference between correspondence course and independent guided study. Correspondence courses, for the most part, are usually several lessons in length, requiring "fill-in the blank" type of questions, a short term paper, and a final supervised exam. There are only fully accredited colleges which offer correspondence courses in dozens of fields. Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute will make use of these schools in assigning courses in the Liberal Arts to students.
Independent Study, on the other hand, requires the student to acquire a bibliography, independent research, assigned reading, viewing, listening and the use of a computer as well as originality in producing projects which demonstrate competency in the chosen area of study.
Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute will use professors who are experts in their field to lay out programs of self-study for the mature adult that will result in a practical inexpensive, learning experience with the use of the internet. This should assure the church in the future a "continuing educational program" that will make every Christian a more profound student of God's Word and world.
TEN WAYS OF RECEIVING CREDITS TOWARDS YOUR NEHEMIAH THEOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE DEGREE PROGRAM!
FIRST, CLASS PARTICIPATION: These classes are non-resident classes. the rule of thumb is 15 hours of classroom per semester hour. This does not include outside assignments.
SECOND, SEMINAR ATTENDANCE: Seminars conducted by the faculty require 4 hours of instruction per semester hour, plus outside assignments made for the class by the faculty advisor. In some cases, seminars offered by other colleges may be used to fulfill the student's competency. Approval from the Academic Dean is needed before other schools credit is granted toward a degree.
THIRD, EQUIVALENCY EXAMS: These exams will cover the field of study in which the student is already qualified. These are one to four hour exams. Three credit hours are awarded upon the successful completion of the exams. CLEP exams will also be accepted by the school.
FOURTH, LIFE EXPERIENCES: The credit granted for life's experience will be based upon the amount of experience the student has had in the field of study. These must be supported by credentials and will be included in your portfolio. The number of hours are limited to 10% of the degree's requirements.
FIFTH, CORRESPONDENCE COURSES: Credits will be accepted from sources recognized by this school. Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute will recommend Liberal Arts courses from one of the 64 fully accredited schools that offer correspondence courses for credit.
SIXTH, TRAVEL: The school will grant up to 6 credit hours for those who submit an acceptable paper on their visit to Palestine under a Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute approved instructor.
SEVENTH, COMPETENCY: This will be the major source of learning and required that the student work with his faculty adviser in designing the learning program. This can be met by following a prescribed system of study or by taking classes from another institution of learning.
EIGHTH, THESIS OR DISSERTATION: These may be required for the degree in which the student is enrolled. The school will not grant over 6 hours for either one of these research papers. These must be bound and approved before credit is granted.
NINTH, INTERNSHIP: Students who desire to earn credit for internships must submit an application stating their desire to do so. Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute will work with the leadership of the sponsoring church developing a constructive program for the student. Credits will be open and decided by a student adviser. Students must be recommended for an internship.
TENTH, TRANSFER: Credits earned from other schools. Credits from Diploma Mills or Humanistic courses from accredited schools will not be accepted.
COURSE DESCRIPTION FOR UNDERGRADS
DIPLOMA OF BIBLICAL STUDIES
The following six courses make up the Diploma of Biblical Studies Program. It contains 188 lessons and includes different courses for the student to complete before the diploma is granted. Here is a list of the courses:
002 AN INTRODUCTORY PICTORIAL SURVEY OF THE BIBLE-includes four booklets and two tapes on God's eternal purpose. A total of six lessons are involved in this course.
101 BIBLE DOCTRINE SURVEY-A doctrinal survey of the Bible. It includes a textbook and a workbook comprising 52 lessons.
106 ELEMENTARY SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY- Includes a textbook and a workbook made up of 52 lessons.
001 BIBLE GEOGRAPHY- Is a geographical survey of the Bible and consists of 26 lessons covering two textbooks.
102 INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE-Is a chronological survey of the Bible and consists of a special Bible, 60 professionally done cassette tapes, and four workbooks with a total of 52 lessons.
003 12 COMPREHENSIVE BIBLE TESTS-Covering general Bible knowledge.
The total cost of this entire program, including registration fee ($100.00) is $1,300.00. Neither the registration fee, nor the cost of the material will be refunded if the applicant drops out of the program. This means the student should not enter this program unless he is sure that he desires to complete it. Students awarded the Diploma of Biblical Studies will be granted 16 undergraduate hours of college credit. If the student chooses to pay in payments, this program will cost a total of $1400.00. If you audit this program, it will cost $1200.00. The Diploma of Biblical Studies is included with all degree programs.
101 BIBLE DOCTRINE SURVEY-3 hours- This course takes the student through elementary doctrine of both testaments.
102 INTRODUCTION TO BIBLE (N.A.B.S.)- 6 hours- An introductory course meant to orientate the student to the entire Scriptures and related fields. This course is a survey of each book of the Bible.
103 HERMENEUTICS- 3 hours- The study of the interpretation of the Scriptures relative to the figures of speech used in the Scripture. The course helps the student to interpret and harmonize difficult passages.
104 BIBLE STUDY METHODS- 3 hours- This course gives sixteen different methods of Bible study that will prove useful to the student in studying the Word of God.
105 BIBLICAL INTRODUCTION- 4 hours- This course is a study of the canon as to authorship, authenticity, preservation, authority, and reliability of the Scripture.
115 CHRISTIAN ETHICS- 3 hours- A survey on how to determine right from wrong by means of the voice within (conscience), the voice without (history) and the voice above (revelation).
201 ARCHEOLOGY AND BIBLE HISTORY- 3 hours- This course will show the archeological finds which either confirm or throw light on Bible passages. It will be studied in a chronological order with an emphasis on Bible geography.
404 TYPOLOGY- 3 hours- A study of the major types in Scriptures, their value and usefulness. The dangers of carrying the types too far will be stressed and examples from Ante-Nicene fathers and Jewish commentators will be given.
412 NEW TESTAMENT INTRODUCTION- 3 hours- A critical study to determine the date, authorship, and purpose of the New Testament Canon. Refutation of destructive critics is a major part of the course.
117 BIBLE SURVEY-THE ETERNAL STRUGGLE is an overview of the scheme of redemption from Genesis to Revelation. The course will show the attempts of Satan to prevent Messiah's coming to be the Savior of the world. No other seminary or college has this unique study. It has been 25 years in the making.
118 BIBLE CUSTOMS-3 hours- A course which deals with peculiar customs and habits of life of those living in the Bible lands. These customs will make the Bible come alive for you.
206 GENESIS- 3 hours- is the books of beginnings, the books of firsts, which lays the ground work for every other book in the Bible and answers many important Bible questions: Creation versus evolution, beginning of the scheme of redemption, patriarchs' life reviewed, theology of the patriarchs to Joseph, and laws and customs of the period involved.
207 LAW- 3 hours- [Exodus through Deuteronomy] is an in-depth study of the Law of Moses as God laid it down for His people, the wilderness journey will also be studied in detail, as well as the sins of the time.
208-A JOSHUA- 3 hours- give in detail the possessing of the land of Canaan, its trials, its challenges and its victories. A contrast of Joshua and the Book of Acts will be noted.
208-B JUDGES-RUTH- 3 hours-will cover the customs of the times, and the six cycles consisting of Sin, Suffering, Supplication, and Salvation will be reviewed. Ruth will be studied for its typical significance. The lesson, "Not by might, nor by power but by My Spirit", will be stressed.
209-A I SAMUEL- 3 hours-gives the rise and fall of King Saul, along with the beginning of King David's reign. This course will draw out many moral lessons applicable today with the main emphasis placed on leadership ability and their ability to lead men to or away from God. Also, the influence of the prophets will be seen.
209- B II SAMUEL- 3 hours- will challenge one with the strengths and weaknesses of King David and his son King Solomon and the way these factors affected Israel.
209-C I & II KINGS AND I & II CHRONICLES- 3 hours- harmonized shows the rise and fall of Israel as a nation, the affects each king and prophet had on Israel's spiritual well-being, along with an overview of what was happening in the divided nation.
406-A POST CAPTIVITY LITERATURE- 3 hours- covers Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther. Ezra and Nehemiah were two of those who returned from captivity, and Esther was one of those who remained in Babylon after the captivity. The faith and commitment of these three great personages will be shown by their accomplishments.
303-A JOB- 3 hours- is the oldest book in the Bible. The problem of pain, and the theology of ancient men will be show in this course. It bears out the importance of remaining faithful to God and why.
303-B PSALMS- 4 hours- is a devotional book which offers much spiritual strength to carry one through daily struggles of life. This will show the Messianic prophecies.
303-C SOLOMON LITERATURE-3 hours-covers the Books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon. These will be considered devotionally. Proverbs will be studied by subjects rather than verse by verse. The allegory of the Song of Solomon will be explored. The perversion of the use of Ecclesiastes will be exposed. Internal evidence of inspiration helps to make these books of great value.
301-A ISAIAH- 3 hours-covers verse by verse the times and situations of Isaiah's day. Through this prophet's Messianic prophecies clear glimpses of the coming Savior are portrayed. Problem passages will be handled.
301-B JEREMIAH LITERATURE- 3 hours- covers the Book of Jeremiah and Lamentations. A verse by verse study of the "weeping prophet."
301-C EZEKIEL- 3 hours- covers the prophetic visions and struggles of Ezekiel. A verse by verse study is given.
301-D DANIEL- 3 hours-covers the life of Daniel. But even more exciting, the historical section of the book will show those being taken in Babylonian captivity. The faith and dedication to the God of Israel is so powerfully witnessed in the life of this man. His visions and interpreting of dreams present very interesting prophecies.
302 MINOR PROPHETS- 4 hours- covers the books of Hosea through Malachi. The historic setting will be noted for each of these twelve books. The messianic prophecies will be studied and no dogmatic position will be declared relative to the millennium.
126-A LIFE OF CHRIST #1- 3 hours- Covers the early ministry of the Master.
126-B LIFE OF CHRIST #2- 3 hours- Ccovers the middle time span of Christ's ministry.
126-C LIFE OF CHRIST #3- 3 hours- Covers the conclusion of His ministry and His life here on earth.
126-D LIFE OF CHRIST #4- 3 hours- Covers the Parables of Christ in depth.
108 NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY- 3 hours-covers in depth the Book of Acts, chapter by chapter. The work of the ascended Christ by His spirit will be shown. A study of conversions, Church government, and the zeal of the first Christians will be analyzed.
308-A ROMANS- 3 hours- is a part of the Pauline Literature which will show salvation by grace through faith apart from the works of the Law witnessed by the Law. This is a verse by verse study.
309-A I CORINTHIANS- 3 hours- answers questions relevant today and will be studied from a practical standpoint. Such subjects as denominationalism, tongues, the Lord's supper, Church cooperation, women's place in the Church, and life will be discussed. This is a verse by verse study.
309-B II CORINTHIANS- 3 hours- This is a verse by verse study course.
308-B GALATIANS- 3 hours- A verse by verse study that covers the topic of salvation by grace.
310-A EPHESIANS- 3 hours- This is a verse by verse study course.
310-B PHILIPPIANS- 3 hours- will cover verse by verse the Epistle of Joy.
310-C COLOSSIANS- 3 hours- This is verse by verse study course.
311 EVANGELIST EPISTLES- 3 hours- I & II Timothy and Titus were written to evangelists, not pastors--elders. This will be studied to show a preacher's responsibility to those within and without the Church.
316 I & II THESSALONIANS- 3 hours- is a verse by verse study.
312 HEBREWS- 3 hours- stresses the superiority of Christ to prophets, angels, Moses, Joshua, Aaron and his priesthood, etc. It also shows that there are better promises, covenants and hopes. This is a verse by verse study.
31 JAMES & JUDE- 3 hours- is a verse by verse study stressing righteous and holy living, faithfulness in life and doctrine.
314-A I & II PETER- 3 hours- is a verse by verse study stressing the living hope and a sure salvation.
313 JOHANNIANE LITERATURE- 3 hours- cover I, II & II JOHN. These epistles, contrasted to the gospel of John deal with love, obedience and knowing of one's salvation. The fruit and the dangers of false doctrine will be studied. This is a verse by verse study.
403 REVELATION- 3 hours- The study of symbols, figures and sign which appear in the Old Testament prophecy will be compared with those in Revelation. The practical value of the book will be given. The victory of Christ over every foe which comes against Him will be stressed. All views will be considered.
109 PERSONAL EVANGELISM- 3 hours- This course will be instructing the student in how to win souls. Field study in residence work will be available. How to approach, create interest, answer objections and lead to a decision, will be taught.
10 HOMILETICS- 3 hours- How to prepare and deliver an oral address to men from God's Word. Topical and expository delivery will be emphasized.
405 GREEK I- 6 hours-This course teaches the basic of Greek grammar and vocabulary deciensions by reading of I John in the Greek New Testament. Within weeks you can read, teach or preach from I John with authority, freshness, and insight which the Greek text can give.
406 GREEK II- 6 hours- this course covers the Prison epistle in the original language word by word so that new Greek facts are comprehended.
505 HEBREW I-6 hours-This course teaches the basic of Hebrew grammar and vocabulary and word studies in the Old Testament. Within weeks you can determine the etymology of old testament words which will help in the preparation of sermons and lesson plans.
304 CHURCH HISTORY II- 4 hours- this course cover the Apostolic Age to the Restoration Movement. The course will summarize the history of early days of Christianity, Nicene creed era, the development of papacy, dark age and the Protestant reformation. The Ante-Nicene fathers will be considered closely.
305 CHURCH HISTORY III- 3 hours- This course covers the Restoration Movement. This course will look at the personages, agencies and periodicals which caused this great movement back to the Bible.
401 OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE II- 4 hours- This course covers Apocryphja-Pseudopigrapha. The uninspired books will be studied and shown to be uninspired. reasons why they were rejected from the canon will be considered. The historical value, however, will be stresses as history of times between the Old and New Testaments.
402 ANCIENT HISTORY- 4 hours- A study into the histories of the nation with which Jewish people came in contact during the years of their recorded history. The Assyrians, Babylonians, Greeks, Medes, Persians and Romans will be studied to custom, government and wars with the Jews. This includes the inter-testament period.
415 JOSEPHUS AND HIS TIMES- 3 hours- This course showing the everyday customs and practices of the Jews gives a good look at the harmony and discrepancies of Josephus and the Bible.
112 CHRISTIAN EVIDENCES I- 3 hours- a specific study of the basis of Christian Faith.
306 APOLOGETICS-A generic study of apology for the faith in the God of the Bible.
106 THEOLOGY I- 3 hours- this course covers systematic theology. This course looks closely at the teaching of Christ and His apostles on a variety of subjects such as God, deity of Christ, Heaven, Hell, man, angels, the church, etc.
107 THEOLOGY II- 3 hours- This course covers theology of the cults, Adventism, Witnesses, Mormonism and Christian Scientist' doctrine will be reviewed and exposed.
202 THEOLOGY II- 3 hours- This course covers Biblical theology of the Old Testament. This course will show progress of doctrine as it progressed throughout the Old Testament.
203 THEOLOGY IV- 3 hours- This course covers Biblical theology of the New Testament. The progress of doctrine in the New Testament is shown.
204 THEOLOGY V- 3 hours- This course covers the theology of denominationalism. Protestant doctrine which conflict with Scripture will be examined.
205 THEOLOGY VI- 3 hours- This course cover the theology of Catholicism where it is in conflict with the Scripture.
210 THEOLOGY VII- 3 hours- This course covers theology of world religions. Religions of the world will be contrasted to Christ's teachings. Christ will be seen as the Way, the Truth and the Life.
413 COMPARATIVE THEOLOGY- 3 hours- This course will be a study of the main issues on the theological scene in recent years and reading of contemporary theologians and major thinkers.
414 PRIMITIVE THEOLOGY- 3 hours- This course will be a study of the primitive theology of those nations with whom Jews came in contact and the relevance of Jewish law to pagan behavior will be studied.
101 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS/E-MAIL
102 INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL
103 INTRODUCTION TO QUICKBOOKS FOR WINDOWS
104 INTRODUCTION TO TAX PREPARATION
106 INTRODUCTION TO REAL-ESTATE
120 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET AND HOME PAGE DEVELOPMENT
121 INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT PRODUCTS INCLUDING WINDOWS NT
122 INTRODUCTION TO OS/2
201 INTRODUCTION TO BIBLE SOFTWARE AND BIBLE SOFTWARE TOOLS
202 INTRODUCTION TO DESKTOP PUBLISHING
203 INTRODUCTION IN STARTING A KNOWLEDGE SITE
301 INTRODUCTION TO NOVELL ADMINISTRATION
302 INTRODUCTION TO THEOTECH
101 DISCOVERING PARADIGMS
102 TRANSFORMING THE ORGANIZATION
103 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
201 MARKET MANAGEMENT
202 CREATING PARADIGMS IN MANAGEMENT
301 LIFE & HEALTH LICENSING
302 SECURITIES LICENSING
101 EMPOWERING AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES TO SUCCEED
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BY: MYCHAL WYNN
101 GROUND SCHOOL
102 PILOT TRAINING
103 INSTRUMENT RATING
104 COMMERCIAL RATING
105 CFI (CERTIFIED FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR)
106 CFII (CERTIFIED FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR INSTRUMENT)
Graduate courses are designed by professors from many different schools.
Currently, we have twenty-one professors with earned accredited Doctorates, who have designed courses of study for us. We know of no other training center where you can practically choose the best seminar instructor in any particular field of study.
The following Graduate Competencies are available to choose from to fulfill the specialized area of study for Graduate Studies.
Any individual Bible book of either the Old Testament or the New Testament may be taken for graduate study.
American Sects & Cults
Biblical Counseling Concepts
Biblical Theology of the N.T.
Biblical Theology of the O.T.
Contemporary Ethical Issues
Early Christian Literature
Early Church History
Ethical Issues and Law
Literature & Religion of O.T.
Literature & Religion of N.T.
Marriage & Family Counseling
Modern Church History
Modern Religious Ethics
New Testament Theology
N.T. Testament Use of the O.T.
Old Testament Theology
Practicum in Counseling
Preaching from the N.T.
Preaching from the O.T.
Theology of Missions
Theology of Preaching
Theology of Cults
Theology of the O.T. Prophets
Theology of Restoration Movement
World Religions (Comprehensive)
WHO ATTENDS NEHEMIAH THEOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE?
The majority of our students have been to other colleges before enrolling the Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute. Many have become so involved in the Lord's work while at school, that they have accepted located ministries before their Baccalaureate Degree was finished. They are completing their Baccalaureate Degree with Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute.
Others have had to drop out of school for health or financial reasons, and Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute offers them the opportunity of resuming their Degree Program with relocation.
Some of our students are men and women who were converted late in life, and they wish to become trained in the Bible and the practical ministry to serve the Lord more effectively. Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute seeks the mature student and incorporates information technology as a tool to enhance their ministry. The majority of our students are in located ministries and have decided to start or continue their education on the Baccalaureate, Master or Doctoral Level.
We prefer our students to be teaching in some capacity in the local church while attending Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute. Though this is not mandatory, we feel that this is advantageous to the student in both his/her learning and communication skills. We feel this demonstrates that his/her local congregation has confidence in him/her as a committed believer, possessing the ability and desire to know and teach God's Word to God's World. The students who enrolled with Nehemiah Theological Technological Institute are coming from across the United States wanting to become equipped to meet the demand of our Urban Cities. Our Institute welcomes any student, provided they demonstrate an open willingness to study God's Word.
EXPENSE OR COST INVOLVED
NEHEMIAH THEOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE charges $500.00 per year for undergraduate and graduate work. The student is responsible for obtaining his own study materials. There is a one-time, non-refundable, $500.00 enrollment fee, as well as a $250.00 graduation fee. The student may arrange to pay the cost on a monthly basis. Should an account become 30 days delinquent, a $10.00 penalty fee will be added to his/her account each month thereafter, unless written arrangements are made. No degree will be granted or credits transferred until the bill is paid in full. No moneys will be refunded 10 days after the program has been designed and approved by the Board of Regents, and accepted by the student. Be sure our program is for you before you accept the proposed program.
If your degree program is paid in full at enrollment, the $250.00 graduation fee will be wavered. This means that the Bachelors or Master's degree would cost $2200.00 if paid at enrollment, and the Doctorate $3300.00. But if the program is paid in payments, the Bachelors or Master's degree will cost $2500.00 (tuition) and the Doctorate will cost $3600.00.
Students have one month after receiving a course or competency to drop out of it. Otherwise, the bill must be paid in full, even if they drop out after the first month.
Each degree requires a minimum of 50% payment of the first year tuition with balance paid within 30 days. A minimum of $100.00 a month must be paid each month on the bills totaling over $500.00, and a minimum of $75.00 must be paid on bills totaling less that $500.00. A service charge of $10.00 a month will be added to the student's bill any month the payment is not made.
There is a 10% discount offered to those who pay their tuition in full upon enrollment. Your tuition or bill may be paid by cash or check.
NEHEMIAH THEOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor of Business Theology/Information Technology*:
Hours-120 credit hours
Requirements-32 hours in: 1. Old Testament
2. New Testament
3. Christian Evidence
4. Church Doctrine
6. Personal Evangelism
7. Diploma of Biblical Studies
Liberal Art Credits-Liberal Arts. None if Bachelors Degree has
been attained. Same requirements as
Bachelors of Sacred Literature if no
Bachelors Degree has been earned.
Residency Requirements-Yes. Reguired Seminars/Workshops.
Master of Educational Theology/Information Technology:
Hours-30 credit hours + Thesis or Project.
Requirements- Bachelors Degree.
Liberal Art Credits-None
Residency Requirements-Yes. Required Seminars/Workshops.
Master of Business Theology/Information Technology:
Hours-30 credit hours + Thesis or Project.
Liberal Art Credits-None
Residency Requirements-Yes. Required Seminars/Workshops.
Doctor of Business Theology/Information Technology:
Hours-60 credit hours + Dissertation
Liberal Art Credits-None
Residency Requirements-Yes. Required Seminars/Workshops.
*This degree is especially for students who have a Bachelor's Degree in another area of study. This degree will enable the student to have the basic core requirements for entering the Master's Program. It will also be useful for the student who is less than 30 hours from B.S.L. Degree. This will allow the student to work on a B.Th. instead of a B.S.L.
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D.B.S. _ Diploma of Biblical Studies
B.S.L. _ Bachelor of Sacred Literature
B.Th. _ Bachelor of Theology
M.S.L. _ Master of Sacred Literature
M.A.R. _ Master of Arts in Religion
M.B.T. _ Master of Business Theology
Rel.D. _ Doctorate of Religion
D.B.T. _ Doctorate of Business Theology
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3. If I am enrolled in a degree program, I will pay tuition for no less that 30 credit hours and the materials received regardless of my completing the program or not.
4. I will pay a penalty fee of $10.00 for every month I do not send the minimum payment on my bill. Minimum payment of $150.00 a month for bills totaling $500.00 and more, and $75.00 a month for bills totaling less than $500.00.
5. I will contact the institute in writing concerning any discontentment I have about the courses, or my inability to pay a particular month. I will attempt to handle this account as a faithful Christian steward.
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